Most palms, the fronds or leaves grow only at the top end of a single trunk.
Paint your palm trees, one frond at a time using 1 inch flat brush, using the sharp edge hold vertically and bounce the edge across the paper.
Paint center line of frond with the edge, then with very close repeated strokes from that center outward.
Image of Palm Frond, followed by Banana Plant, Palmetto Palm , radiate from the tips of the stem.
Scrape back a few light fronds with pen knife.
Paint the fronds rather dark then scrape when paint is nearly dry. IMPORTANT - nearly dry.
One of the biggest reasons that students fail in painting Watercolor is................. JUDGING YOUR EARLY ARTISTIC EFFORTS.
YOU DON'T NEED TO FAIL IN WATERCOLORS!
Learn the basics of watercolor painting... from choosing the right paper and brushes to learning basic techniques of glazing and how to frame your work.
Learn just a few of the various techniques used most often by professional watercolorists to bring interest, texture and "life" to their watercolor paintings.
Each technique is fully demonstrated.
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